It is the second state in Australia to introduce an initiative that enables monitoring of high-risk medicines.
The platform will help the Indian government identify and address knowledge gaps that exist due to limited epidemiological analysis.
In today’s ever-changing technological environment, healthcare organizations are expected to constantly advance their technological capabilities to improve their clinical processes further and deliver better outcomes.
The report includes data from hospitals in Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.
The global telehealth service can help to address the shortage of doctors serving the country’s rural areas.
Upon its completion, the platform will first be used by policyholders from participating insurer Great Eastern in a pilot before being scaled nationwide.
Space 95 – an IT services company in Seychelles – has launched "Contak", a contact tracing app that will enable users to register places they have visited.
Digital health group Cardihab has partnered with Tasmania’s health department and the Royal Flying Doctor Service, an aeromedical organisation, to roll out its Cardihab app in public hospitals throughout the state.
In February, Qantas completed a trial run of the CommonPass Digital Health app on an international repatriation flight from Frankfurt to Darwin.
A study conducted in December 2020 by TheCareSide, a home healthcare provider in Australia, found that a majority of the respondents anticipated receiving the COVI